It’s been a busy month and I was starting to panic as I realized I was now almost three weeks behind on the P52. Soo… nothing like finding two pics you’ve taken recently and make them FIT the weekly themes. I’m now back on track.
Week 20: Perspective (point of view)
Me sneaking on Miss Sneaky (well, she thinks she is).
Week 21: Contrast – Our best friend George is back. 🙂
And voila! Caught up. 🙂 This is not something I want to do all the time. I much prefer what I submit when it’s been mindfully shot for the theme. But sometimes a girl just needs to catch up.
This week: High Pass. Say whaaaat? Me too. No idea how that one is going to get done. Tutorial here, for those interested.
I’ve had these plastic eggs hanging around since Easter. Sitting on the counter waiting for me to play with them. I finally got there today during nap time. My house is a disaster, but I was taking pictures of plastic eggs instead of cleaning it.
I’m trying to get back into the groove with blogging a couple times a week. With the nicer weather I’m taking less pictures, because I’m scared to take my camera out and drop it while chasing two kiddos. Will have to get over that one. 🙂
Aaaaand we’re back to light. I think we’re moving into composition, so this is the last week on light. So…. Alternative light – I’m reading that as any light source that isn’t natural (i.e. the sun). Luckily, it still is gross and winter and I seem to only get my camera out while we’re inside. I started thinking about what I wanted to do this week, and for some reason I seem to love torturing myself with low light situations (and my camera. She really, really doesn’t like low light. Grain-a-palooza.) Originally I was going to use a flashlight. Then I remembered that Brady got a teeny tiny light saber (is that right? I’m missing my geek dictionary) on one of his valentines from his daycare friends. Then I wondered if it would fit in the hand of one of our many lego guys (since I was so inspired by that lego post a few weeks ago!). I got it out. It fit. Perfectly!
Originally I tried with in our bathroom on our night light:
Not quite the look I was going for, but interesting.
Then Mr. Lego and I went downstairs to the kitchen to find a flashlight. Here’s what we came up with. Hubs didn’t even bat an eyelash when he came in to the dark room with me on my tummy with a flashlight and a lego man on the floor.
Those were my favourites. Although I wish I had a bigger flashlight.
Hungry for a snack?
I’ll try to be better this week on posting. I didn’t pick up my camera much last week!
Someone posted this today on my photography forum. I’m so in love. With my little boy just beginning his love of LEGO journey, this makes my heart jump. This guy did this with an iPhone. Holy moly.
This Guy Spends 365 Days Following This Tiny LEGOgrapher Travelling The World
Makes me think I might do a series on George. 😉